353.04  PARKING RATES; TIME LIMIT.
   Whenever a vehicle shall be parked or stopped in an individual parking space where a parking meter is installed pursuant to the provisions of Section 353.02 and 353.03, the person parking or stopping such vehicle shall immediately deposit one or more coins in such meter according to the following provisions:
   (a)   Within the territory described in Section 353.02(a), a five cent (5¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle lawfully to occupy such space for not to exceed one-half hour for each five cent (5¢) coin so deposited, or a ten cent (10¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle lawfully to occupy such space for not to exceed one hour for each ten cent (10¢) coin so deposited.  Provided, however, that within so much of the territory described in Section 353.02(a) above as is on Wittenberg Avenue between Main Street and Washington Street, on Washington Street between Wittenberg Avenue and Center Street, on Center Street between Washington Street and Jefferson Street, on Jefferson Street between Center Street and Fountain Avenue and on Spring Street between Columbia Street and North Street a five cent (5¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle lawfully to occupy such space for not to exceed two hours for each five cent (5¢) coin so deposited, or a ten cent (10¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle lawfully to a occupy such space for not to exceed four hours for each ten cent (10¢) coin so deposited, or a twenty-five cent (25¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle lawfully to occupy such space for not to exceed ten hours for each twenty-five cent (25¢) coin so deposited; provided further, however, that within the territory described in Section 353.02(a) that portion which is on Fountain Avenue between North Street and Buck Creek, a five cent (5¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle lawfully to occupy such space for not to exceed one hour for each five cent (5¢) coin so deposited, or a ten cent (10¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle lawfully to occupy such space for not to exceed two hours for each ten cent (10¢) coin so deposited; provided further, however, that the City Manager may, by entry in the City Manager's Journal, designate not to exceed thirty-five parking meters within the territory described in Section 353.02(a) as short term meters taking pennies so that a one cent (1¢) coin shall entitle such vehicle lawfully to occupy such space for not to exceed twelve minutes for each one cent (1¢) coin so deposited.
      (Ord. 67-14.  Passed 1-9-67.)
   (b)   Within the territory described in Section 353.02(b)(2), a five cent (5¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle to lawfully occupy such space for not to exceed one-half hour for each such coin so deposited; a ten cent (10¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle to lawfully occupy such space for not to exceed one hour for each such coin so deposited; or a twenty-five cent (25¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle to occupy such space for not to exceed two and one-half hours for each such coin so deposited.
   (c)   Within the territory described in Section 353.02(b)(1), a five cent (5¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle to lawfully occupy such space for not to exceed one-half hour; a ten cent (10¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle to lawfully occupy such space for not to exceed one hour for each such coin so deposited; or a twenty-five cent (25¢) coin, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle to occupy such space for not to exceed two and one-half hours for each such coin so deposited.  However, at any space provided with a meter, the supporting post of which is painted red, the deposit of a twenty-five cent (25¢) coin shall entitle such vehicle to lawfully occupy such space for not to exceed ten hours.  (Ord. 74-117.  Passed 5-21-74.)
   (d)   Within the territory described in Section 353.02(b)(3), a twenty-five cent (25¢) coin, ten cent (10¢) coins, five cent (5¢) coins or pennies, which deposit shall entitle such vehicle lawfully to occupy such space for not to exceed ten hours for each twenty-five cent (25¢) coin, two hours for each ten cent (10¢) coin, one hour for each five cent (5¢) coin or twelve minutes for each penny so deposited.
   In that part of the metered territory provided for in Section 353.02(a), which is bounded on the north by Main Street, on the east by Limestone Street, on the south by High Street and on the west by Fountain Avenue, and that portion of Fountain Avenue which is between North Street and Buck Creek, no vehicle shall be stopped or parked in a metered space for a period longer than sixty consecutive minutes.  In that part of the metered territory provided for in Section 353.02(a) which is on Wittenberg Avenue between Main Street and Washington Street, on Washington Street between Wittenberg Avenue and Center Street, on Center Street between Washington Street and Jefferson Street, on Jefferson Street between Center Street and Fountain Avenue, and on Spring Street between Columbia Street and North Street, no vehicle shall be stopped or parked in a metered space for a period longer than ten consecutive hours.  At those meters in that part of the metered territory provided for in Section 353.02(a) which are designated by the City Manager as short term meters, no vehicle shall be stopped or parked in a metered space for a period longer than twenty-four consecutive minutes.  In the remaining metered territory provided for in Section 353.02(a), no vehicle shall be stopped or parked in a metered space for a period longer than 120 consecutive minutes.
   Coins deposited in parking meters as herein required shall consist only of United States money.
(Ord. 67-14.  Passed 1-9-67.)